Summer time is coming! As a teacher I am counting down the last days of the school year. With summer, comes more summer runs with my high school cross country girls. So, of course, I jumped at the chance to try out a new pair/brand of sunglasses.
The Shady Ray X-series sunglasses have a nice, athletic look. Simple and sleek, in my opinion. Some other key features include
- Polarized lenses
- Durable Construction with lifetime craftsmanship
- Brand that supports a great cause, giving 10 meals to fight hunger with each order placed.
My first adventure out with these sunglasses included coaching at one of our Varsity track meets. I absolutely loved the polarized lenses. Unlike other brands, my vision wasn’t discolored in these polarized lenses. They have a really nice look and they fit well with or without my hat. Of course, it rained like the whole next week and I was anxiously waiting the opportunity to get some outside runs in these bad boys.
I was able to get 5 runs in them outside, prior to this review. The glasses are extremely light weight and offer wrap around protection without impeding your vision. I have a tiny head, and these glasses did sit a bit wide on me. I was nervous they would move or bounce on the run, but that was absolutely not the case. They stayed put well.
I chose the black frames, as I thought they looked the best in the online store. Other BibRave Pro athletes chose the clear frames and seeing them in person, I think I like those ones a little bit better. The online image isn’t as neat looking
Want to help out a great cause and get some bad ass sunglasses?! Save 50% off Shady Rays when you purchase 2 pairs with discount code Rave50
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Disclaimer: I received my Shady Rays X-Series Sunglasses to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!
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